Project Manager in the commercial construction division. Routine duties included attending pre contract negotiated project meetings, preliminary budgets, estimating and managing all aspects of the projects. Projects managed:
Macromedia, 1750 Alameda Street (San Francisco)
A $10,000,000 core, shell, seismic and tenant improvement to a 3 story, 60,000 square foot concrete building.Project was started on a preliminary budget with minimal drawings (40%) and on a tight schedule.I was the Project Manager on site, took project through seismic upgrades to MEP work rough in prior to leaving for Westwood Swinerton in Oregon.
Pacific Place II Building, Food.com,10th and 11th floors (San Francisco)
Managed the $1,700,000 Food.com project. Project featured numerous glass partition walls with tube steel frames, exposed ceilings, dropped aluminum paneled ceilings, decorative tiles, millwork, finishes and new MEP.The project was completed ahead of schedule and 100% of contingency was returned to the client with budget savings.
Pacific Place II, Salon.com, 15th and 16th floors (San Francisco)
Managed the $1,600,000 Salon.com project. Project featured open exposed and suspended angular, sloped ceilings.New stairs, finishes, server room and new MEP.The project was completed on schedule and approximately 90% of the contingency was returned to the client.
Pacific Place I, Hotel Palomar (San Francisco)
Managed the $12,500,000 198 room and restaurant project. Hotel featured high end millwork in public areas, running trim throughout, granite top vanities and thresholds, wall coverings.The project was completed on budget and a large part of the contingency was used by the client for additional work.
Pacific Place I Building (San Francisco)
Part of management team for the $35,000,000 seismic, core and exterior shell renovation to the 1907, nine story, Pacific Place I building. Project won numerous engineering awards for the designed trus system that allowed the removal of 80% of the original supporting columns below the 5th floor. Project was completed on schedule and 100% of the $1,000,000 contingency budget was returned to a very happy owner.
Handled several unusual incidents by investigating and documenting. Based on my investigation, interviews and documentation cleared Plant Construction of any responsibilities, including a pedestrian accident caused by a falling piece of tile from the 9th floor, a sexual harassment complaint from a sub contractor against her boss and a racial complaint against an employee of Plant.
Left Plant to move to Portland Oregon.